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  • She designs new materials on an atomic level

    A drawing of a blue hand reaching into a molecular structure
    Published Oct 06, 2020

    By using quantum mechanical modelling, KTH Researcher Raquel Lizárraga can help companies to cut years and millions from the development of new materi...

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  • 4 million in external funding for KTH-startup Royal Schedule

    Nikolaos Kalkitsas on stage. He holds a microphone and is lit up by the screen behind him.
    Nikolaos Kalkitsas presenting Royal Schedule at Demo Day for Batch 8 in the KTH Innovation pre-incubatator program.
    Published Oct 02, 2020

    A PhD student and a Master's student teamed up to start Royal Schedule. Now, they've secured SEK 4 million in external funding for their solution to a...

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  • Building the go to platform for train travel

    Daniel Peng, Gabriella Dalman and Julia Huang standing in front of a window
    Published Sep 25, 2020

    Meet the KTH students who will make booking a train journey through Europe as easy as booking a flight online. They are launching Voyley, with their s...

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  • Millions invested in startups from KTH

    Oscar Örnberg to the left and Vahan Petrosyan to the right, standing in front of a red brick wall.
    SuperAnnotate secured 30 MSEK in investment. CTO Vahan Petrosyan created the algorithms underpinning their image annotation systems while completing his Ph.D. at KTH.
    Published Jun 17, 2020

    Startups and spinoffs from KTH have secured over 150 million SEK in funding and investment this spring. From the world's fastest image annotation syst...

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  • Your accommodation all in one place

    A computer showing Atlas's website standing on a wooden table.
    Published Jun 17, 2020

    Hi Filip Schröder! You've studied Property Development and Agency at KTH, and you have co-founded Atlas, a property management platform that aims to m...

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  • They create new jobs

    A full train cart, where you see the legs and feet of the passengers. Three people are in focus; one with black pants and birkenstock, one with jean shorts and sneakers and one with jeans and loafers. The sun shines in from the left.
    Published Jun 09, 2020

    The rising unemployment caused by the spread of Covid-19 does not only call for rescue plans, but also increases the need for new job opportunities. T...

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  • They help students stay motivated

    A meeting room. Mattias Bergström, a young man i a red shirt is holding a presentation pointing at a whiteboard. Five people are sitting around a table listening. One guy is leanign against the window sill.
    Meeting in the Studyguide team. Photo from Studyguide's Instagram account @studyguidese.
    Published May 29, 2020

    Hi Mattias Bergström! You're a student at KTH and have also co-founded Studyguide with the mission to help parents become great study coaches for thei...

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  • They help athletes secure sponsorship deals

    Wilhelm Kark, a young man, sails a laser, a type of sailboat. He leans backwards dressed in a wetsuit and cap. In the background you can see the ocean and several other sailboats.
    Published May 25, 2020

    Hi Wilhelm Kark! You're a world championship sailor and also are one of the co-founders of KTH startup Netspons, connecting athletes with sponsors. Te...

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  • Remote clinical research with care for sensitive data

    Ett konferensrum där två män och en kvinna sitter vid ett avlångt bord och lyssnar på en ung man som håller en presentation framför en skärm. På skärmen anas en bild av en medelålders man och en äldre kvinna.
    Stéfan presenting Sensivo during a trip to Boston in the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program.
    Published May 20, 2020

    Hi Stéfan Stéfansson! You are one of the founders of Sensivo, on a mission to help researchers handle sensitive data when working remotely. Tell us mo...

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  • Putting a stop to cows' emissions

    Two conical flasks and a petri dish containing a liquid where the red algae is suspended. In the foreground, a tube runs through the picture.
    This is the algae that can reduce cows' greenhouse gas emissions.
    Published May 19, 2020

    Hi Leo Wezelius! You're one of the founders of KTH startup Volta Greentech, that want to use algae to reduce cows' greenhouse gas emissions.

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  • Another win for jaundice meter from KTH

    The Jaisy team. Huseyin Aytug in a blue suit and glasses; Hasan Basri Celebi in a brown jacket and glasses; & Murat Cetiner in a red shirt and glasses. All three smile for the camera. In the background is a wood-paneled wall, a green plant and a TV-screen.
    The Jaisy team won this year's Impact Maker in the Venture Cup region east finale. From the left: Huseyin Aytug, Hasan Basri Celebi, & Murat Cetiner.
    Published May 12, 2020

    “With their innovation, anyone can save lives”. KTH startup Jaisy won this year’s Impact Maker in the Venture Cup Regional Finale East.

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  • Together we can find solutions for covid-19

    Published Apr 02, 2020

    Do you want to work together with thousands of others to find new solutions to the challenges facing our society in the wake of the spread of covid-19...

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  • Five innovations for a sustainable fashion industry

    A woman holds up a beaker containing lab-grown cotton
    GALY from Brazil uses biotechnology to create lab-grown cotton
    Published Apr 01, 2020

    From lab-grown cotton to fabrics created from protein DNA. These are the new winners of the international innovation challenge Global Change Award, wh...

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  • Support for ideas that ease the effects of covid-19

    Picture from Pixabay by Darko Stojanovic
    Published Mar 30, 2020

    The power of innovation at KTH is stronger than ever as people turn their efforts towards easing the effects of the spread of Covid-19. Do you also wa...

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  • Digital kickoff for 17 new KTH startups

    17 new startup projects have joined the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program. Yesterday, they met for the first time in a digital kick-off
    Published Mar 18, 2020

    Seventeen teams have joined the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program. Yesterday, they met for the first time in a digital kick off. From a simulation ...

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  • The Brighter program helps startups succeed internationally

    A few of the Brighter program participants in New York last fall. Back row from left to right: Jasmin Sabir from the startup Ellure, Meysam Sadegh, from Noteful, Emelie Jin and Alexander Jakobsen from Waves and Vegas Simbelis from Art Value. Front row from left to right: Selah Li from Ellure and Patarawan Ongkasuwan from Art Value. Photo: Lisa Bäckman
    Published Mar 04, 2020

    KTH Innovation's Brighter program brings startups to international innovation environments where they learn what it's like to operate on a global mark...

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  • KTH behind 17 of Sweden's 100 most innovative research projects

    Anna Kramers sitting in a staircase
    Anna Kramers is Program Director of Mista SAMS, one of the projects on IVA's 100-list
    Published Mar 02, 2020

    Seventeen of the most innovative research projects in Sweden have KTH origins. Today, the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) publishe...

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  • Searching for solutions

    KTH Innovation has just moved into the Red Cross's college premises on the KTH Campus. Lisa Ericsson looks forward to a new meeting place for innovation. (Photo: Håkan Lindgren)
    Published Feb 21, 2020

    Lisa Ericsson launched KTH Innovation almost 15 years ago. In this time she has seen new ideas take off and the Swedish innovation wonder emerge.Every...

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  • When machines become their own doctors

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    Károly Szipka with the custom built testbed for sensors.
    Published Feb 12, 2020

    What if advanced production equipment such as industrial robots and machine tools could report its health status and deviations that could lead to qua...

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  • Cellulose technology enables swift scaling up of cotton recycling enterprise

    The Re:newcell founders, from left, KTH Professor Mikael Lindström, Christofer Lindgren, Malcolm Norlin and KTH Professor Gunnar Henriksson
    Published Feb 12, 2020

    Ethanol production was the aim when two KTH Royal Institute of Technology professors first developed their method for breaking down plant cellulose ab...

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